Title Insurance

TITLE INSURANCE

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Basic level real estate service would be delivering you the documents involved in title research and the insurance binder and letting you wade through the book–sized document on your own. It’s Time to step up

There are restrictions and covenants revealed in your Title Binder or Commitment package that you may not have known about when you made your offer. Though you may have read disclosure documents or even a copy of subdivision or condominium covenants, it could be that there have been changes since it was printed. To find everything out, the only way you is to read your title insurance binder’s copy of the documents, as it includes the latest documents. You may also find some recent filings related to obligations of the homeowner association that could result in expensive assessments in future.

Any covenants and restrictions you notice in these documents that may restrict your use of the property in a way that causes you to reconsider your purchase would be important.. Let’s say that you have a recreational vehicle and intend to park it on your property. Maybe you even plan on creating a shed for it. Any restrictions to the contrary would be important to you, and Real Estate Bell’s agents are committed to helping you to uncover every important item in your title insurance documents.

Along with all of those documents that look like a large encyclopedia, there are two sections at the front of the title insurance binder (or commitment) that summarize what’s included and can give you a quick overview to guide you to the most important items. These two sections are the “Requirements,” and the “Exceptions.” Requirements are those things which the title company says must be done or met before a certain time. Generally, these requirements include the seller paying off any mortgages or liens against the property, paying current taxes due, etc.

The “Exceptions” are where you’ll find the things that could be of problem for you, including the restrictions we discussed above. However, some people aren’t quite up-to-speed. Most of the benefit of title insurance comes from protection from threats to your ownership or things that come up about property lines or encroachments. When something is already recorded at the courthouse, the title company will not cover you against it in the future, as it’s a “done deal,” and normally can’t be changed. Those restrictions and covenants are that way. If they say you can’t store that RV, then you can’t claim damages later when you try to do that. So, anything that’s already of record will be “accepted,” and you just need to be sure that there isn’t anything in that pile you can’t live with.

You’re the customer, and your money is making this deal work, so don’t be shy about asking any question about the documents, requirements and exceptions in the title binder. There are deadlines for objecting to anything. You surely don’t want the deal to die, so don’t hesitate to get right to the examination of this document and the attachments.

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